November 1, 2018 Subject:
Interesting and a bit disturbing
I've always found it interesting to view american propaganda (I only know a few languages so I have limited options). It is very clear that it paints a one-sided picture of what happened in the war.
The voiceover describes how soldiers share their food with refugees and how refugees flee from the red menace so the liberators can feed them. These statements contrast with fact that the US army killed many civilians because there could be infiltrators among them.
It is also puzzling to hear the voice over sound almost proud when telling us how they used napalm and flamethrowers and such: "Burn 'em out, cook 'em, fry 'em". Even for that time I think it is a bit much to say it like that.
September 16, 2016 Subject:
Nobody has reviewed this film yet, so I thought I'd jump in and say this is historically valuable material, at least. America's forgotten war lives again momentarily - it looks pretty grim. Docked one star for annoying narration.